Scobie, Niel. “Translocality and the Articulation of a Jamaican-Canadian Identity in the Music of Michie Mee.” In The Spaces and Places of Canadian Popular Culture. Edited by Victoria Kannen and Neil Shyminsky. Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press. In press.
Stewart, Jesse and Niel Scobie. “The Diasporic Routes and Roots of Early Canadian Hip Hop.” Contemporary Musical Expressions and Cultural Resonances in Canada: Ethnomusicological Perspectives. Edited by Anna Hoefnagels, Sherry A. Johnson, and Judith Klassen. In press.
Stewart, Jesse and Niel Scobie. “Hip hop Music in Canada: Local and Translocal Identities.” Oxford Handbook of Hip Hop Music Studies. Forthcoming.
Scobie, Niel. Review of Legions of Boom: Filipino American Mobile DJ Crews in the San Francisco Bay Area, by Oliver Wang. Perfect Beat Vol.17 no.1, 2016.
Scobie, Niel. “‘We Wanted Our Coffee Black’: Public Enemy, Improvisation, and Noise.” Critical Studies in Improvisation Vol. 10 no. 1, 2014.
Scobie, Niel. “It’s Not in the Manual: Digital Technology and the Future of the DJ.” Quebec Universities English Undergraduate Conference (QUEUC) 2013 Publication of Conference Proceedings (72-76). Sherbrooke, QC: Bishop’s University Press.